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Gediminas Ziemelis
Publicly listed airlines cheating investors on E261?

Over €5bn in compensations are not disclosed on major European airlines' financial reports over the last three years. With up to 90% of passengers being aware of their rights on claim compensations...


Ina Hladyshava
Exclusive with Skycop: the future of claim compensation market

Passenger compensation process is getting smarter, says Jurgis Petrosius, Co-founder partner and Head of Investor Relations in Skycop. ...


Gediminas Ziemelis
Flight compensation will be standard procedure

The failing of the European airlines Alitalia, Monarch, and Air Berlin was just the start of a troubling trend that is plaguing the European market. Financial instability and the inability to gain tra...


AeroTime Team
Ryanair’s turmoil and the reasons behind explained

Since September 2017 Ryanair has headlined the most scandalous flight disruptions in its history. Starting from the 2000 cancelled flights last autumn to the current cabin crew strikes right in the middle of summer holidays, poor management practises at the largest Europe‘s LCC have finally started to come to the surface in the worst way possible....


AeroTime Team
Summer holiday warning: Ryanair staff strike

Reputation is key to every airline, but one of the largest LCCs Ryanair is ready to risk it over its rigid organisational culture and crude staff management practises. ...


AeroTime Team
Compensations for passengers in Europe reach €6 billion

If 2017 brought a fortune for the European aviation, half-way through the 2018 something just isn‘t right. First, it was the increased fuel prices and now, strike actions that pose a growing threat to European airlines. According to Eamonn Brennan, the CEO of Eurocontrol, strikes are already apparent in data on flight delays – CODA report for April 2018, shows protests to worsen the overall punctuality of European airlines....


AeroTime Team
Opinion: Ryanair massive strike to tackle long-lasting injustice

Time is ticking for Ryanair, one of the leading LCCs in Europe. After recognizing trade unions for the first time in its 32-year history, the airline hesitates to agree with its employee demands. Cabin crew across Europe urge Ryanair to adopt national employment laws for all workers, but carrier wants them to comply with Irish regulations. European unions representing cabin crew says that the carrier has time until 3rd of July to come up with a d...


AeroTime Team
Protection aboard: passenger rights, travel insurance or both?

Europe is one of the few regions where baggage mishandling rate is higher than the global average and flight delays are on the rise each year. ...


AeroTime Team
Travelling to World Cup? Here are 5 things you should know

A month-long football fever is about to grip the world and put Russia in the spotlight. Politics aside, 64 dramatic matches accompanied by 2,4 million football fans will unfold at 12 different cities across the country and Russia is on a quest to prove its position as a trustful host for World Cup. While officials are eager to showcase the new, modern face of Russia, each fan is responsible to get familiar with the does and don’ts of the co...


AeroTime Team
Trick or Trick: six most common travel scams

During the holidays, everyone just wants to relax and rest. But by letting our guards down, we become the top prey for scammers who make their living out of unsuspecting tourists across Europe. Here are the most common travel-related scams you’re likely to encounter, and hopefully can avoid....